Camden County will be south Georgia’s lone representative in the state Class 7A volleyball draw after a three-set romp over Lowndes in the Area 1 tournament Tuesday, Oct. 4, at Tift.
The Camden County High softball team will take the Region 1-7A third seed to state after winning once in three games at the weather-delayed conference tournament in Valdosta.
When Camden County and Colquitt collide on the football field, usually something big is in the balance.
With five victories since the start of last week, the Camden County High volleyball team took a 21-9 record to postseason action. The Area 1-7A tournament was scheduled for Tuesday, Oct.
Overall and age-group winners were honored overall last Saturday morning at the Rock Shrimp Festival 5K and 10K runs through St. Marys. Eighty-three participated.
The Lady Wildcat softball sluggers leveled their Region 1-7A record (2-2) last Friday at home, a 3-2 walk-off victory in the opener followed by a more comfortable 9-2 triumph in the nightcap.
Friday night will be homecoming in more than one sense at Chris Gilman Stadium, as a former Wildcat brings his Forest Park team to Kingsland.
McEachern gave convincing evidence of its No. 4 state rank Friday night, seizing on early short-field opportunities to defeat the Wildcats, 34-3 in the third annual Frank Smith Classic at Chris Gilman Stadium.
Jared Fleming and the Camden County boys cross-country runners took home individual and team victories, and the Wildcat girls notched second last Thursday in meets at Blythe Island.